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Teaching and Learning Approaches

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 Teaching and Learning Approaches: Lesson Objectives

After this section, participants should be able to meet the following objectives:

 

 

Guiding Questions

Before your read this section, consider the following questions:

  • What are the attributes of a peacemaker? Think of famous peacemakers (Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Mandela). What characteristics did they have that made them peacebuilders?
  • What are the attributes of a peace educators?

 

Introduction

This section is designed to help teachers integrate peace education pedagogies into their classroom practices.  To help you in that process, we have provived a list of guiding attributes for a peace educator, followed by various pedagogical approaches, all of which can be categorized under the heading of experiential education.

This lesson contains the following sections:

  • Attributes of a Peace Educator
  • Experiential Education
    • Holistic Education
    • Participatory Education
    • Cooperative Learning

  These are all contained under the general theme of Teaching and Learning Approaches. However, we have we have separated them into separate sections so as to make it possible to use them as separate lessons. You can study as one lesson or as 5 separate lessons.

 

 

 References

Navarro-Castro, L., & Nario-Galace, J. (2008). Peace Education: A Pathway to a Culture of Peace. Retrieved

     from Peace-Education-A-Pathway-to-a-Culture-of-Peacehttp://www.scribd.com/doc/16686241/

 

Mitchell, D. (n.d.). Waldorf Education: An Introduction What is Waldorf Education? In Why Waldorf

Works. Retrieved from http://www.whywaldorfworks.org/02_W_Education/index.asp

 

Kurth-Schai, R. (2010, April 6). Holism and Education. Class Lecture presented at Macalester

College, St. Paul, MN, U.S.

 

Sauve, V. L. (n.d.). From One Educator to Another: A Window on Participatory Education. In Grant

MacEwan Community College. Participatory Education for Peace--Examples:

 

Horn Relief: What we do Participatory Education & Training . (2005). Horn Relief. Retrieved from

http://www.hornrelief.org/education-training.htm

 

Participatory Education Program. (n.d.). Project Muso Ladamunen. Retrieved from Under the Baobab

Tree website: http://www.projectmuso.org/programs/education

 

Dosh, Paul. Personal interview. 24 May 2010. 

Comments (2)

Meghan Flaherty said

at 10:49 am on Jul 23, 2010

Hi Konrad and Julia,
As per Konrad's request, I uploaded my comments about this section to the site in the pages and files area (since it was too many characters to just post as a comment here).
Thanks,
Meghan

Julia Smith said

at 9:18 pm on Jul 24, 2010

Hey Megan,
I read your comments. Thanks--I really appreciate them!
You are welcome to go ahead and implement any of the changes that you want, or you can leave them to me. Whatever you would prefer. I currently working on the classroom practices section, which has become monstruously long, and therefore making editing take forever
If you don´t want to work on the substantive edits to the section but you want to do the formatting--that would be amazing! As is evident in my entries I am definitely not good at formatting.
But please, take on editing whatever aspects you want to and just let me know if you if there are any changes that you didn´t get to!

Thanks!

Julia

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